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them out for medical care. at 4:53, cnn reported that dorner was pinned down. at 4:53, they reported he is not yet in custody and we continued to hear gunfire as this battle apparently with dorner takes place. carter evans was reporting by phone. he was able to get a satellite truck into that remote area. we hope to have pictures for you as the newscast continues. we'll stay on top of it and let you know what developments there are, as this is taking place right now. >> we can only hope that there is a resolution and a resolution soon. >> now to our other big story, a university of maryland grad student goes on a shocking murder and suicide rampage, targeting his college roommate. >> we have breaking news on the background of this mentally ill shooter, including surprising ties to the space agency. the shooting broke out in the 8700 block of 36th street. two student, including the attacker, are dead. one is wounded. topper live at the crime scene with more on what was really a bizarre series of events. scott. >> shooter is identified as 23- year-old dayvon maurice green of rosedale,
. he spoke with cnn on monday. >> amazing to me that anonymous, nameless, faceless individuals on a web site can drive that type of story into the mainstream. but that's what they've done successfully. now nobody can find them. no one ever met them. no one ever talked to them. but that's where we're at. so the bottom line is all of those smears are absolutely false. you know, that's the bottom line. >> one last question -- >> menendez blames what he calls right wing blogs for spreading the claims. >>> this morning we're getting the first look at the failed main battery that forced the emergency of a boeing 787 dreamliner last month. photos show severe damage and charring on the battery of the al nippon aircraft. the fleet remains grounded as a battery investigation continues. it's still unclear why the main battery overheated. >>> the cost of filling up is emptying more american wallets these days. the energy department says the average family spent more than $2,900 last year on gas. now that ties a record going back almost 30 years. in the meantime, a new report from texas a&m says sit
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